POST 90: MY P.E.

My references to date (Just so they are stated somewhere not as a promotional event!!):

Teaching

Investigating the effect of age, gender and ability on students’ capacity to link particle diagrams with stoichiometry and theory. Completed in part fulfilment of PGDE Biology and Chemistry with Science.

Dance

Effect of age, gender, and teaching style on the learning style and recall of secondary dance students

Scientific

McCartney, Claire E. and McClafferty, Heather, Huibant, J. M.,and Rowan, Edward.G. and Shipston, Michael J. and Rowe, Iain C.M. (2005) A cysteine-rich motif confers hypoxia sensitivity to mammalian large conductance voltage- and Ca-activated K (BK) channel alpha-subunits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102 (49). pp. 17870-17876. ISSN 0027-8424   LINK: BK channels

Communications and abstracts

  1. McCartney, C.E,  Rowan E.G. & Rowe I.C.M. (2004) The effects of redox agents and hypoxia on the activity of neuronal large conductance calcium-activated potassium (BKCa) channels expressed in AtT20 and HEK 293 cell lines.  Abstract to the Society for Neuroscience. San Diego , USA.
  2. McCartney, C.E,  Rowan E.G. & Rowe I.C.M. (2003)  The effects of hypoxia on the activity of neuronal large conductance calcium-activated potassium (BKCa) channels in AtT20 and HEK 293 cell lines.  J.Physiol. 551P, C40
  3. McCartney, C.E., Rowan, E.G. & Rowe, I.C.M. (2002) The effects of hypoxia on the activity of neuronal large conductance calcium-activated potassium channels. Br.J.Pharmacol. 137, 41P.
  4. McCartney, C.E., Rowan, E.G. & Rowe, I.C.M. (2002) The effects of hypoxia and anoxia on the activity of neuronal large conductance calcium-activated potassium channels. Abstract to the Society for Neuroscience. Orlando, USA

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